Michael Henaghan clinic at Rolling Hills Show Stables

Published 10:43pm Sunday, February 2, 2014

Mike Henaghan, a worldclass show jumping professional, will offer a clinic March 8-9 at Rolling Hills Show Stables in Columbus.

Henaghan is a horseman, horse trainer and instructor. Some of his notable students have been Allison (Firestone) Robitaille, Beezie Madden, Darren Graziano and Ray Texel. Texel was the youngest rider to win the AHSA Medal finals and ASPCA Maclay finals in the same year.

Henaghan also has coached many individuals to top national awards in the junior and pony hunter ranks, as well as all other hunter divisions. Henaghan teaches all levels, from the fundamentals to Grand Prix.

TR&HC members do receive a discount in registration fees.

Individuals who are unable to ride in the clinic, can audit the workshop for a small fee. Negative Coggins test and approved helmets are required for all riding in the clinic. Horses need to be current on all vaccinations.

For questions or to reserve a spot, call Joann Loheac at 828-817-4438 or Joloheac@ windstream.net.

– article submitted by Kathryn Cunningham

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